Mortgage insurers step into the M&A light

Arch Capital’s purchase of UGC underlines industry’s renaissance

SABMiller exit shrinks springbok herd

Beginning of the end looms for South Africa’s City adventure

AIG: last men standing

Cost-cutting has kept Carl Icahn at bay

AIG eyes sale of Lloyd’s-connected units

New York-based insurer in talks with Canadian pension fund

China’s Anbang explores public listing

Acquisitive financial group asks banks for pitches

Pensions and bonds: the problem explained

Bond mathematics and the scale of pension deficits

Corporate Asia cashes in on Olympic fever

City to argue for ‘Swiss plus’ UK deal with EU

Universal access to single market impossible, admit grandees

Aetna to quit exchanges if deal is blocked

Insurer accused of punishing DoJ for trying to block Humana tie-up

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Admiral dips on capital concerns

UK insurer says solvency ratio fell due to lower interest rates

QBE blames Brexit as profit nearly halves

Group hit by falling interest rates and jump in claims liabilities

AIG sells mortgage insurance arm for $3bn

IPO abandoned for sale to Arch as insurer responds to activists

Women over 70 pay a premium for new cars

Older consumers generated $250 more profit for dealers

City workers’ options for redundancy help

Employees with post-Brexit vote jitters seek insurance cover

Insurers elicit fury over care premiums

Customers accuse companies of ‘obscene’ price rise demands for elderly

Brexit concerns ease for UK insurers

Half-year results for life groups broadly reassure markets

Hastings: online driving

Digital edge is no accident

Bumpitrage is an exercise in rent seeking

Buying into a takeover target and squeezing a small price bump

Insurers warned over big legal shake-up

Insurance Act comes into force on Friday and aims to redress balance towards policyholders

L&G to book loss on Cofunds sale to Aegon

Disposal will remove need for costly investment in IT systems


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